Urban League of Kansas is committed to improving the health and quality of life of all Kansans. Through our healthcare resource, outreach, and community partnerships, we strive to ensure that every Kansan understands the importance of good health and has access to affordable and high-quality healthcare solutions.
Serving both nationally and internationally, AHA has a more than 90 years of lifesaving history and work that continues to pave the way in the fight against heart disease and stroke. AHA has more than 33 million volunteers and supporters dedicated to improving heart health and reducing deaths from cardiovascular diseases and stroke.
The Alzheimer's Association® is the leading voluntary health organization in Alzheimer's care, support and research. We work on a national and local level to provide care and support for all those affected by Alzheimer's and other dementias. As the largest nonprofit funder of Alzheimer's research, the Association is committed to advancing vital research toward methods of treatment, prevention and, ultimately, a cure. The Association is the leading voice for Alzheimer's disease advocacy, fighting for critical Alzheimer’s research and care initiatives at the state and federal level.
Creating meaningful paths to independence for people who are blind or visually impaired. Through a culture of support, togetherness, and meaningful employment opportunities, everyone who comes through the doors gains the skills to become not just independent, but to thrive.
Hunter Health aims to make health care a better system for everyone. They provide patient-centered services, meaning they care about each of their patients individually, and offer a tailored treatment plan that best fits their lifestyle and goals. They offer extended hours, same day appointments and provide instruction on how to meet your health care needs when our office is not open, giving you 24-hour access to medical care.
KU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE - WICHITA
KU School of Medicine-Wichita's mission is to educate tomorrow's physicians and health care leaders through community partnership to improve the health of Kansans. With Kansas in need of more physicians, KU School of Medicine opened the Wichita Campus in 1971 to provide hands-on clinical training to medical students in their third and fourth years. In 2011, KU School of Medicine-Wichita expanded to a full, four-year campus, welcoming its first class of first-year medical students.